While ol’ Uncle Al Jourgensen may be the name, face, and voice that people most recognize for MINISTRY, behind the mayhem is his collaborator and co-producer, Sammy D’Ambruoso, who takes the time to land ReGen’s readers on his views of life on the Thirteenth Planet!
With a release planned for late 2014, filmmakers Amélie Ravalec and Travis Collins discuss the process behind Industrial Soundtrack for the Urban Decay, a film exploring the fundamental beginnings of a provocative and creative artistic/musical genre.
Ronan Harris shares his thoughts on VNV Nation and the world around it.
Two chapters into his series of Themes of Carnal Empowerment, but also (possibly) one step away from concluding his work as ESA, ReGen Magazine chats with Jamie Blacker about the possible futures within and outside of the conceptual continuity that made Electronic Substance Abuse one of the hottest rhythmic noise acts out there.
Cyferdyne might still be a musical enigma for some, but ReGen managed to talk to two thirds of the band in order to put forward some reasons why it shouldn’t be.
The living legend, Daniel Ash speaks with ReGen on the development of his latest album as he reinterprets his past work for the modern musical world.
The heroes of hybrid metal are back with what is perhaps Prong’s most varied and accomplished record yet; front man Tommy Victor speaks to ReGen on what’s kept the band going for nearly three decades.